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Sure, as long as the corporation hasn't been dissolved ... Corporations have a life of pertuity until thay are dissolved with the sec of state
If it hasn't been dissolved it's there ... and whether it's earning any income or not doesn't keep it from owning property
i misspoke. i menat to say administrtaively dissolved
Then no, the corporation does not eist
Grantee on warranty deed is corporation that was admin. dissolved September 2006.
sorry (exist) .. MIGHT come into existence again if the state lets it catch up with filing requirement
when was the property conveyed?
On sunbiz it says status is inactive due to admisnitrative dissolution
That means that, they haven't paid their filing fees OR ...
not property conveyance. Equivalent to lease agreement
have not complied with some other filing requirement by the state
In those cases, sometimes they can pay-up and the state will reinstate
so who has an ownership interest in the property?
BUT, it sounds like what matters here is... Was the corporation an active (better said existing corporation) when it conveyed the property
Last recorded conveayance was to grantee corporation which is now dissolved
My corp cane sell (or gift, or convey in other ways) property in one year and dissolve in the next year ... doesn't mean my corp didn't sell the property
it did properly have an interest in the property. The question is how does it transact business?
we want to enter into a contract for the sue of the land similar to alease with the "owner"
if it's now out of compliance? Pay-up
Need to know who that is
can't do it with THAT corporation ...not until some action is taken to briong the corporation back into existence
ok. so in order to transact any business pertianig to that property corporation must be properly regsitered? Foes the BOD have the ability to issue a resolution or is that not possible becauuse corporation is not in existence?
Impossible IF the resolution had an effective date while corporation does not effectively exist
The only resolution that MIGHT be allowed would be one where the STATE is requiring something as a part of bringing it back into compliance